Sunday, 23 March 2014

MH370 DISAPPEARED ON BRITISH COLONY DIEGO GARCIA


"Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. 
I think we're being run by maniacs for maniacal ends."John Lennon




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trev moffatt

3 days ago
Flight 370 was on its way to smash into a ship moored at Diego Garcia. But it was shot down before it could get there. Hence the mis-direction whilst the clean up operation took place.
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1vdn992
Australia has spotted wreckage off their coast, stay tuned.
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trev moffatt
+1vdn992 iF you can believe it. Easy op to move some wreckage. But if commercial pilots are now being recruited by Al Qaeda - the implications are immense. It would mean every flight from a Muslim country is a potential WMD. You can see why they might want to cover that up. 
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fiq firdaus

6 days ago
i think mh370 is there . 
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Hafiz Hasnurin

6 days ago
MH370 IS THERE
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mohd ihsan

1 week ago
yeah i think so..usa must no about that, normal people cant hijack a big plan right? so usa? plz tell us whay is gonig on right now !!!
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geegowlow

1 week ago
bring back our plane
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joe joedd

1 week ago
The Malaysian plan is there.
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praghas topekan via Google+

1 week ago
diego garcia
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Keith Schlote

2 months ago
Well complain to the Brits then. They owe you a island, we don't. We got this one with no one on it.
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mihai blandu

2 months ago
fcuck
'non european
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Maple Leaf

3 days ago
This is where the Boeing 777 MH370 is getting modified for it's next 'false flag' mission! Not good....
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Sanie Spel

4 days ago
I think that there is a good chance that it may be there but the only thing that baffles every single theory out there is there is no motive attached to any theory. Hence, every theory is contradictory to itself which is the weirdest fact. The only other option is someone wanted to fly the plane to an inhabited or a island with military specialists to start a "Lost" scenario or to experiment on them. But anything such as this island that is supposedly "Secret" would not be on a youtube channel so easily like this. Anything that some higher government or military wants to hide, will always stay hidden. People aren't that stupid.
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barry smith

3 days ago
IM A BRIT AND IM ASHAMED,,POOR BUGGERS
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Gavin Curtis

3 days ago
Now offering free parking for all 777's!! They added a runway capable of allowing oversize jets to land intact, even with only one engine. They particularly specified that a 777 be able to land.
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Andy Andrews

1 week ago
No problem
if we needed for our tactical and strategic needs the ass holes on the island have to go I don't have any problem with kicking them out of there.


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Libya asks U.N., world for help after wave of bombings, violence:- Libya called on the United Nations and international community to help fight what it called a war on terrorism, the government said on Wednesday, struggling to stop the major oil producer sliding into widening chaos and instability.
UN sanctions against Libyan oil exports: The resolution on Wednesday, sponsored by the United States, authorises member states to inspect vessels on the high seas
Why Was Gaddafi Overthrown?: Video - This chaos in Libya was deliberate. It was deliberate because Libya was a stable African society in North Africa, where the leader of Libya wanted to use the resources of Libya for the reconstruction of Africa—the water resources, the oil resources, the financial resources, and the intelligence of the Libyan people.
Pro-Russian forces take over Ukrainian naval base in Crimea: Crimean ‘self-defense’ forces overtake Sevastopol base without firing a shot
Ukrainian servicemen leave Navy base in Sevastopol as Crimea protesters storm HQ: At least 30 Ukrainian naval personnel have left the Ukrainian Navy headquarters in the city of Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula after demonstrators stormed the premises early in the morning.
Ukraine Plans to Withdraw Troops From Russia-Occupied Crimea: Bowing to the reality of the Russian military occupation of Crimea a day after Russia announced it was annexing the disputed peninsula, the Ukrainian government said on Wednesday that it had drawn up plans to evacuate all of its military personnel and their families and was prepared to relocate as many as 25,000 of them to mainland Ukraine.
Russia to Build Bridge to Crimea: Russian President Vladimir Putin told the Russian government on Wednesday to start preparations for the construction of a bridge linking the southern Russian Krasnodar Territory directly with Crimea.
Constitutional Court Approves Russia-Crimea Treaty: Russia's Constitutional Court has approved the treaty between President Vladimir Putin and the Crimean authorities, moving the breakaway region yet closer to its accession into Russia.
President Obama: No U.S. Military Action in Ukraine: "We are not going to be getting into military excursion in Ukraine. What we are going to do is mobilize all of our diplomatic resources to make sure that we’ve got a strong international correlation that sends a clear message,” President Obama said.
US destroyer en route to Black Sea for 'routine' drills: The USS Truxtun departed the Greek port of Souda Bay Thursday to carry out joint training with Romanian and Bulgarian forces, the US Navy said in a statement.
Ukraine crisis gives NATO alliance new purpose: The crisis around Ukraine "is providential from the point of view of NATO," said Nick Witney of the European Council on Foreign Relations. "It gives it a new lease on life."
McCain’s Eleven Point Plan For War: McCain would start of course with money. Not his own but ours. His first point is to pass the one billion dollar loan guarantee to Ukraine currently stalled in the Senate. Just an appetizer, as he foresees much more US money “to strengthen the IMF’s ability to be a stronger partner to Ukraine.”
Revealed: Inside the Senate report on CIA interrogations: Intelligence Committee probe concluded some techniques used in CIA interrogations were not legally authorized
Pentagon watchdog 'not aware' of NSA bulk phone data collection: Admission that DoD office doesn’t have investigations open into the controversial surveillance comes as new report reveals NSA can harvest every call made in unnamed foreign country
How Much Would It Cost To Store All US Phone Calls Made In A Year?: These estimates show only $27M in capital cost, and $2M in electricity and take less than 5,000 square feet of space to store and process all US phonecalls made in a year.
Malaysia MH370 investigators: Files deleted from flight simulator: Investigators discovered that data from a flight simulator found at the pilot’s home was erased, adding more confusion and frustration to an already tense hunt for the jetliner that disappeared with 239 people on board.
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